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in response to reader comment: Our dear Asma and more cherry picking

Submitted by Asma Begum (Canada), Jun 14, 2008 at 20:40

ROTFL Well I have the following news for you:

1. if you tell a Copt or a Syrian Christian or an Iraqi Chaldean that he is an Arab they will think that you are out of your mind. So are you out of your mind our dear Asma? Yes they speak Arabic, and you do not, but they are not Hijazi Arabs or Arabs for this matter just like you. And in the case of Egypt 92% are the decendants of the Copts (see Gaston Weit) the majority of which coverted to the religion of the Hiazji Arabs

>thx. now you are trying to use some logic.good. let's go ahead. so, you are saying now that a Copt

who even speaks Arabic will think me out of my mind if I tell him/her that he's an Arab? So,

are you out of your mind my dear king of the fools--when you say I am a wannabe Arab?

Isn't it obvious that Austrians speak German(but they are not German)? What's your point?

Because, Islam originated in Hijaj-so whoever will follow it will be wannabe Arab(or Hijai Arab)?

Isn't that your logic? poor fool I pity for you. Doesn't it makes most of Americans wannabe Israeli?

ho ho. what are you? it seems from your id that you very much emphasize your Dhimmi status.

2. And notice that the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic says that islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only (see Q14:4) and you must agree with me that let us say Egyptians are not Hijazi Arabs. Right?

>It simply says that God sends messengers in their own languages. So, do you expect that God would

send Prophet Muhammed(SAW) to preach in German to the Arabs--who obviously were his first

target as his own countrymen. Why did he send missions to convert non-Arab kings and why

he had non-Arab disciples? Your logic implies that if you are a Greek and you are in Greece and you discovered some universal truth in Greek(which is reasonable)--you are only supposed to preach the truth to Greeks. What if you are supposed to propagate the message to humanity because it's

universal? Your logic is bogus.

3. You speak and write English but you ain't no English either darling

So much for your poor Muslim education

> do not forget that I am getting the highest possible education in the West from enlightened Westerners (maybe you can say they have Stockholm Syndrome)

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